I haven't been impressed with iOS8 and the iPhone 6. I do not own the iPhone 6, but I do own an iPhone 5 and an iPad 3 that were upgraded to iOS8. I have only tested the iPhone 6 as fas as one can at the store. I don't think Apple makes groundbreaking products anymore, but I am heavily invested in the Apple ecosystem, so it's hard to switch. I also remember all the years of non-Apple products that I used in the late 90s and early millennium that couldn't hold a candle to the second Steve Job's era, so it's also hard for me to give other devices a chance. Let me summarize my issues with switching: -Losing the Apple ecosystem and integration -Apply stability and customer service -Heavily invested in the apple ecosystem -Are custom roms/UI all they are cracked up to be? I'm tech savvy and I'm not a neo-luddite, but I haven't been given conclusive support for Android phones being good alternatives. I know they aren't bad phones, but aside from being able to "customize an Android," what else does it actually offer that doesn't turn into a pain in the ass? I plan to check out the Note 4 today at a local Best Buy, so I look forward to hearing all of your opinions. Thanks!